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BOSTON G-LEE BOOK,. 



CONSISTING OF v AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF 

GLEES, MADRIGALS, AND ROUNDS; 

SELECTED FROM THE WORKS OF THE MOST ADMIRED COMPOSERS. 

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ARRANGED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK. 



BY LOWELL MASON AND GEORGE J. WEBB. 



BOSTON: 

J. H. WILKINS & R. B. CARTER, AND G. W. PALMER & CO. 

1S39* 



FROM THE LIBRARY OF 

REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON, D. D. 

BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO 

THE LIBRARY OF 

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BOSTON GLEE BOOK, 

CONSISTING OF AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF 

GLEES, MADRIGALS, AND ROUNDS; 

SELECTED FROM THE WORKS OF THE MOST ADMIRED COMPOSERS. 

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BY LOWELL MASON AND GEORGE J. WEBB. 



BOSTON: 

J. H. WILKINS & R. B. CARTER, AND G. W. PALMER & CO. 

1839. 



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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1838, 
BY MELVIN LORD, 

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts. 



The singing of Glees, in this country, has heretofore been mostly confined to cities and large towns, beyond which these compositions 
have been but little known. But the rapid progress of musical education for several years past, has already begun to create a demand 
for this description of vocal music ; a demand which it is hoped may increase, until throughout the land, the hours of relaxation and 
amusement shall become vocal with songs, cheerful, tender, and patriotic. To supply this demand, to some extent, is the object of the 
present publication; which, it is hoped, may aid in removing two principal obstacles that have heretofore prevented the general 
introduction of Glee singing : 

1st. The cost attending a supply of this kind of music. This, which has heretofore been very great, will now be much reduced; and 
"The Boston Glee Book" will furnish, at an expense so small as to bring within the reach of individuals and choirs, a large 
collection of the most popular and pleasing secular vocal music in parts. 

2d. The objectionable character of the words. It is to be regretted that much beautiful music is associated with poetry so 
unmeaning and frivolous, or of a tendency so positively injurious, as to prevent its use by those who wish to preserve a pure imagination, 
or a conscience void of offence. In order to retain some popular pieces of music, it has been necessary either to alter the text, or to 
furnish new words altogether. It is believed that the present work is free from any thing impure in sentiment, or exceptionable in 
morals. Bacchanalian subjects have been, of course, excluded, as inconsistent both with correct moral principle and with public opinion. 

A few pieces are designed for male voices only; but as most music parties very properly consist of Ladies and Gentlemen, it has been 
thought best to adapt the book in general to the four usual parts, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Base. 

The music contained in this book is intended to be strictly vocal — hence a separate accompaniment, which would have much 
increased the price, was thought to be unnecessary. Besides, any person who can play music of this description, in such a manner as to 
assist the singer, can play with ease from the vocal score. But while the accompaniment of a Piano-Forte, or of other instruments, 
may be of advantage, or even necessary to inexperienced performers, no person, who claims to be a Glee singer, will require instrumental 
aid ; and a Glee or Madrigal, properly performed, should always be senza strometiti. 

Many of the pieces, although originally written for a single voice on each part, may be sung with pleasing effect in chorus; and 
especially be rendered highly interesting, by the variety afforded by alternate solo and chorus passages. 

Perhaps no species of musical composition has been so much cultivated in England, as Glees ; hence the number published in that 
country is very great. It has been the aim of the Editors to select from the materials before them, as pleasing a variety as possible ; 
including Madrigals from the old authors, as well as compositions from me more modern Glee writers. Many pieces from the German 
will be found interesting* and entirely new: the translations of the words and arrangement of the music having been made expressly 
for the present work. 

To the lovers of vocal music, this book is respectfully inscribed, in the hope that it may be the means, both of affording them new 
delight, and of greatly multiplying their number. 



INDEX. 



A boat, a boat to cross the ferry, 109 

All ! how Sophia, 102 

Arise my fair one, 75 

As on the mournful poplar bough, . 178 

Awake ! iEolian lyre, 82 

Away ! away ! in early day, . . . 156 

Banish, oh ! banish, 146 

Blow warder, blow, 202 

Behold the morning gleaming, . . . 195 

Brightly the morning gleams, . . . 100 

Chairs to mend, 72 

Come again sweet love, 250 

Come let's sing a merry round, . . 219 

Come on tlie light wing'd gale, . . 56 

Come sing this round with me . . . 254 

Daughter sweet of voice and air, . . 183 

Day is breaking o'er the hills, . . . 198 

do. (For Men's voices,) . . 196 

Flora gave me fairest flowers, ... 5 

Flow O my tears, 214 

From this roof my shepherd went, . 106 

Gallant and gaily, 148 

Good morning, 198 

do. (For Men's voices,) . . 196 

Hail ! hallowed fane, 242 

Hail ! smiling morn, 36 

Hark ! above us on the mountain, . 72 

Hark ! how the rain is falling, ... 86 

Hark! the hollow woods resounding, 216 



Hark! the merry Christ Church bells, 109 

Hark! 'tis the bells, 90 

Health to my dear, 79 

Here in cool grot, 92 

He who trusts in ladies fair, . . . 172 

How merrily we live, 228 

How sweet, how fresh, 251 

How sweet the joy, ...... 96 

In summer's cool shade, 24 

In the lonely vale of streams, ... 49 

It is the merry month of May, . . . 237 

I've been sitting, 186 

Just like love, . . 118 

Land of our Fathers ! 70 

Let the smiies of youth, 226 

Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre, 158 

Mark the merry elves, 192 

May month is coming, 200 

Now is the month of Maying, ... 55 

Oh ! call me swift, 256 

Oh ! how delightfully, 208 

Oh ! lady fair, 249 

Oh ! share my cottage, 126 

Oh ! tarry, gentle traveller, .... 15 

Return, return my lovely maid, . . 20 

Rise, Cynthia rise, 88 

Serene and mild, 128 

Spring's delights, 153 

Sweet thrush, 132 



Swift as a flash, 238 

Swiftly from the mountain's brow, . 9 

The dazzling air, 43 

The Fairies, 192 

The fairest flowers, 246 

The mariners, 59 

The midges dance, 142 

The red cross knight, 202 

The seasons, 24 

The spring, the pleasant spring, . . 123 

The sun's gay beam, 98 

The three huntsmen, 168 

Thou, thou reignest, 167 

do. (Men's voices,) .... 166 

Thyrsis, when he left me, .... 39 

Thy voice, O harmony, ..... 137 

To all you ladies, 59 

We are all noddin, 85 

When evening's shade, 210 

When Sappho tuned, ISO 

When shall we three meet again, . . 162 

When time was entwining, .... 34 

Where the bee sucks, 110 

While all is hushed, 230 

While the lark's gay song, 104 

Why should a sigh escape us, . . . 30 

Wilt thou lend me thy mare, . . . 221 

Winds gently whisper, 67 

With sighs sweet rese, 45 

Ye spotted snakes, . 62 

You gave me your heart, .... 60 

Youthful flower, 222 



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